Wednesday, 14 March 2007

Web 2.0 Directory

We made a new discovery today, a directory of Web 2.0 sites. It's a fantastic way of finding new sites, and I can see myself spending many an hour looking at the sites listed there. However, I think it's got some work needed, in terms of information design and accessibility. The main problem is the sheer size of the directory which leads to a massive load time.

However, if you've got some time to kill, it looks like it could be quite a useful tool. There's a number of ways of searching or browsing the directory, though in true Web 2.0 style the main way is by way of a tag cloud.

My first observation on looking at the page? "wow, there's a lot of lime green and blue on there!" :)

Go2Web20.net

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